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Eco-friendly businesses are gaining traction these days because more and more consumers are expecting companies to conduct themselves in a manner that is socially responsible. An eco-friendly business makes a point of using resources efficiently, minimizing waste, and reducing any...
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As part of services to help veterans become business owners, state and federal governments provide a variety of resources to aid in this objective. Boots to Business The Boots to Business (B2B) Program is offered through the U.S. Small Business...
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Until recently, lenders expected loan applicants to put up some form of collateral when applying for a business loan. That meant business borrowers routinely had to risk a high-value asset to get the funds required to operate their companies. While...
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Time is money when it comes to business. While it might seem impractical to spend money to outsource tasks, it makes for a good investment in the long run because it frees up time for billable tasks. Another benefit of...
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An unfortunate reality for owners of construction companies is that equipment can be quite expensive. However, there is good news: Several financing different methods, each with unique strengths, can help construction companies raise the funds they need. Business Line of...
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Purchase order financing helps you to overcome the problem where you don’t have sufficient funding to purchase raw materials needed to fill a particularly large customer order. An alternative lender will provide the needed funding in order to pay for...
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SBA loans have been very popular with small businesses for quite some time, but the federal government is now overcoming requiring more paperwork on applications for these loans, and fewer businesses are being approved for them. Here are some ways...
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In essence, asset-based lending is a type of financing which occurs when companies receive loans based on the value of their assets. For instance, a company’s Accounts Receivable, its equipment, or its inventory may have value to a lender, and...
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While there are certainly some tremendous success stories for today’s millennials in business, statistics show that millennials have not been as successful from an entrepreneurial standpoint as Generation X individuals or Baby Boomers. That being so, here are a few...
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Some people refer to bridge loans as hard money loans, in deference to their being based on physical assets such as real estate. The reason they are considered to be something of a bridge is that they often serve the...
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